Friday, June 17, 2011

Bugz

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21 comments:

Reader Wil said...

Your bugz have been busy! These photos are excellent and very good macros. You must have a great camera.

Victoria said...

Pretty 'bugz!' Especially that black and orange one.

Thérèse said...

We need all these little bugz to help us deal with healthy plants...
Such nice captures!

Ms. A said...

Wonderful shots!

Merisi said...

Bugz Buzz! :-)

The first one look pretty scary, good thing, I am looking at it in the morning hours. ;-)

Desiree said...

Wonderful captures...that first one does look like a 'meanie' with that sting :)

Jj Rodriguez said...

wow! nicely captured!

Witch of Stitches said...

Wonderful photos.

Brian Miller said...

bugs are not a bad thing...except the gnats and skeets...like the orange on that one...

Jean Baardsen said...

Great photoz of bugz!

Vicki Lane said...

Wil, my camera is a Nikon D90 with a 18-200 mm. lens. I love it.

Victoria -- I don't know what the orange and black one is -- but I find him quite attractive.

The wasp (or 'wasper' as the folks around here say) has a mean sting but they're not aggressive. I've only ever been stung when I've inadvertently put my hand down on one.

Nor do I know the names of the buggies taking part in the orgy on the Queen Anne's Lace.

Mama-Bug said...

Love all your bug shots!

R. Burnett Baker said...

Bugz indeed! We don't have 'em here in western NY too bad, but I'm having to keep the wasps from building nests in the siding, and keep the carpenter ants from eating the house.

BTW: I asked you months ago about the D90. I wound up buying a D5000 and I'm really liking it so far. The 90 had a lot of video features I didn't really need....

Louise said...

Such beautiful bugs, in so many shapes and sizes. Your pictures capture them wonderfully.

FOLKWAYS NOTEBOOK said...

Vicki -- My pick of all your bug photos is the first one. Interesting shots -- barbara

pat said...

love the wasp silhouette

jennyfreckles said...

I was alright till I got to that thing with the long legs, at the end!

Gwen in Hampton said...

Love the pictures! The butterfly looks like nature's stained glass. I'm not sure, but the bugs on the Queen Anne's Lace might be a type of lightening bug.

Margaret said...

The top won is an award winner! Love it (the photo, not the bug! :)

Kath said...

So, here's one of those life lessons. Not only are the flowers beautiful, but so are the insects. Makes me examine the purpose of each, the pieces that make the whole puzzle.

Miss_Yves said...

Amazing shots!